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44 Info Covid-19


For our current information please go to broads-authority.gov.uk/news/coronavirus- covid-19


Please bear in mind that due to the current situation, visitor information given in Broadcaster may have changed since the time of compilation.


VisitTheBroads.co.uk


The visitor website for the Broads, which is mobile responsive, has all you need to know about where to go and what to do, where to stay ashore and afloat, where to eat, boating, special events and everything else you need to visit the Broads by land and water. There’s also a blog to inspire you with ideas for your visit. Or find us on Facebook Visit the Broads


For all the latest news, offers and events from the Broads National Park join the newsletter mailing list: VisitTheBroads.co.uk/newsletter


If you organise special events, you can submit events for our website at any time, and if you have a business in the Broads and would like to add or update your company information on the site, please contact us too – see page 4. Find out how to join Visit the Broads, which works in partnership with the Broads Authority to provide a strong voice for Broads tourism-related businesses, at VisitTheBroads.co.uk/business


You can also find the Broads National Park on:


Twitter @BroadsNP Facebook Broads National Park Instagram @broadsnationalpark


Broads National Park information centres


For a warm welcome and expert local advice whatever your enquiry, visit the Broads National Park information centres, where our knowledgeable staff will help you make the most of your time in the Broads. You’ll find the centres at Hoveton, How Hill and Ranworth. See the telephone directory and pages 5-6 for more details. The map on page 4 and the boating map on the centre pages will also help you to find your way around.


The centres stock leaflets and sell an extensive range of maps, guides, books, postcards, souvenirs and locally made ice cream. They have lots of boating info to help you too, including tide tables and navigation maps. You can book for Broads National Park boat trips and buy short visit boat licences. At Hoveton we can also help you to find bed and breakfast, guest house or hotel accommodation.


For guidance on drone use go to broads-authority.gov.uk/visiting/drone-use


We look forward to seeing you! VisitTheBroads.co.uk/information-centres


Broads Briefing


Sign up for our Broads Briefing newsletter covering all aspects of our work. broads-authority.gov.uk/newsletter


Broadcaster is produced on behalf of the Broads Authority by Countrywide Publications. While every effort is made to include accurate and up-to-date information at the time of compilation, the Broads Authority and Countrywide Publications do not accept responsibility for any errors or omissions. If you find any inaccuracies please let us know. Inclusion of an advertisement in Broadcaster does not imply any recommendation or approval by the Broads Authority or Countrywide Publications.


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Find out about contributing your ideas for looking after and managing the Broads National Park. broads-authority.gov.uk/broads-engage


UK National Parks: nationalparks.uk Public transport


Buses For all bus services in the Broads contact Traveline 0871 200 22 33 traveline.info


Trains From Norwich the Bittern Line goes north through Wroxham and the Wherry Lines go east to Great Yarmouth and Lowestoft.


National Rail Enquiries 03457 48 49 50 nationalrail.co.uk greateranglia.co.uk bitternline.com wherrylines.com


VisitTheBroads.co.uk/getting-here Weather


metoffice.gov.uk/about-us/what/ met-office-weather-app


Visit the Broads with your dog – on land or water


• Dogs are allowed on public rights of way (footpaths, bridleways and byways) under effective control


• On areas known as open access land, dogs must be kept on a lead no more than two metres long between 1 March and 31 July to protect ground- nesting birds, and all year round near farm animals


• Routes called permissive paths may not allow dogs and many nature reserves don’t allow dogs


• Restrictions on dogs shouldn’t unreasonably restrict access for assistance dog users. If you have a problem, contact the local authority or the Kennel Club – 01296 318540 or thekennelclub.org.uk


• For places to visit try thebarkingbugle.co.uk


• For boating with dogs, see Boating basics, starting on page 21


Please • clear up after dogs


• check access for dogs with places you plan to visit and respect restrictions on dogs


• keep dogs close by, under effective control (on leads if necessary) and in sight


• don’t let dogs wander near people, wildlife or livestock, or disturb them


• let go of dogs and their leads if you or they are bothered by livestock; don’t try to rescue them


• never enter the water to rescue a pet – you are putting your own life at risk


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Telephone directory


Emergencies – coastguard, fire, police, ambulance 999 or 112 Broads Authority – main office 01603 610734


Broads Control – Broads Authority navigation advice and incidents 01603 756056 Beccles Yacht Station 01502 712225 / 07938 845744


Environment Agency – incident hotline 0800 80 70 60 – use this for pollution incidents. During the day you can also call Broads Authority Broads Control on 01603 756056 or for serious pollution incidents outside office hours you can also call the coastguard on 999 or 112.


Great Yarmouth Yacht Station (see page 21) 01493 842794 / 07766 398238


Hospitals – James Paget University Hospital (Gorleston, Great Yarmouth – 24-hour casualty) 01493 452452, Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital (Norwich – 24-hour casualty) 01603 286286


Hoveton/Wroxham Broads Information Centre (see page 6) 01603 782281 / 01603 756097


Mutford Lock 01502 574946 / 01502 531778


NHS 111 – call 111 for 24-hour urgent but non-emergency medical advice nhs.uk


Norwich Yacht Station (see page 21) 01603 612980 / 07747 065378 Oulton Broad Yacht Station 01502 574946 Police – non-emergency 101


Potter Heigham Bridge pilot 07990 686097 or Phoenix Fleet boatyard 01692 670460


Ranworth Broads Information Centre (see page 5) 01603 270060 Reedham Quay (see page 21) 01493 701867 / 07733 102566


Toad Hole Cottage (see page 6) 01692 678763 / 01603 756096


Wildlife emergency – Marine and Wildlife Rescue 01692 650338; RSPCA 0300 1234 999


Other tourist information centres (may be seasonal) Great Yarmouth • Marine Parade 01493 846346


Norwich • The Forum, Millennium Plain 01603 989500


Other tourist information points (may be seasonal)


Beccles – for all information points call 01502 716806 • Beccles Books, 1 Exchange House, Exchange Square • Library, Blyburgate • Saxons, 35 New Market • Station Cafe, Station Road


Bungay • Art Trading Company, 55 Earsham Street • Library, Wharton Street


Loddon • Library, off Church Plain


Lowestoft • Hotel Hatfield, The Esplanade • Kirkley Centre, 154 London Road South • Library, Clapham Road South • Railway Station, Denmark Road


Oulton Broad • Library, 92 Bridge Road • Yacht Station, Bridge Road


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